Particles and Waves
Homework Questions
Homework 1 : Interference
1a) Calculate the wavelength of the radio stations :
Radio 1 96.8 MHz and Real Radio on 1215kHz.
( 3.1m , 246.9m )
b) Calculate how lon
CHAPTER 2: THE
NORMAL
DISTRIBUTIONS
SECTION 2.1: DENSITY CURVES
AND THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTIONS
Chapter 1 gave a strategy for exploring data
on a single quantitative variable.
Make a graph.
Usually a h
May 30, 2017
Chapter 11: Probability & Statistics
11.1: Permutations and Combinations
Objective: To solve problems involving the Fundamental Counting Principle, permutations, and combinations.
Ex: A p
Unit Three
Precalculus Practice Test
Exponential & Logarithmic Functions
Name:_Period:_Date:_
NON-CALCULATOR SECTION
Vocabulary: Define each word and give an example.
1. radioactive decay
2. common lo
February 10, 2017
7.6: Exponential Growth & Decay Examples
Bacterial Growth
A culture of bacteria obeys the law of uninhibited growth. If 500
bacteria are present initially, and there are 800 after 1
March 06, 2017
8.5: Solving Rational Equations and Inequalities
Objective: To solve rational equations and inequalities.
A rational equation is an equation that contains one or more rational
expressio
Chapter 2 Test Review
Dont forget that you will see a small amount of chapter 1 material on this test.
1. What is the difference between qualitative data and quantitative data?
2. Classify the followi
March 20, 2017
8.8: Solving Radical Equations and Inequalities
Objective: To solve radical equations and inequalities
A radical equation contains a variable within a radical.
*Note: Raising each side
June 09, 2016
11.3: Independent and Dependent Events
Objective: To determine whether events are independent or dependent, and find their probabilities.
Events are independent if the occurrence of one
Accelerated Algebra II
9.4: Operations with Functions
Name:_
Date:_
In problems #1 & #2:
a) Find the rules for f + g, f g, fg,and
f
.
g
b) State the domains for each of the functions above using inte
February 27, 2017
8.1: Variation Functions
Objective: To solve problems involving direct, inverse, joint, and combined variation.
A direct variation is a relationship between two variables x and y tha
Gilded Age
(Left) Valentines card ca. 1900-1930;
(Center) nursery book that taught white
children to count via caricatures of Black
boys who are eliminated by a series of
events. For example: Five lit
June 05, 2017
11.4: Compound Events
Objective: To find the probability of mutually exclusive events, and the probability of inclusive events.
A simple event is an event that describes a single outcome
REVIEW: CHAPTER 1
Multiple Choice
[denti/ the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
C
_ 1. You measure the age, marital status and earned incghne of an SRS of 1463 women. T
Self-Paced Study Guide in Exponentials
and Logarithms
March 31, 2011
1
CONTENTS
EXPONENTS and LOGARITHMS
Contents
1
How to Use the Self-Paced Review Module
2
Exponentials & Logarithms Review Module
2.
Chapter 2 Test Review
In addition to this study guide, do P.82 #s 1-4 and P.83 #s 1-10
Dont forget that you will see a small amount of chapter 1 material on this test.
1. What is the difference betwee
Accelerated Algebra II
Review
Sections 8.1-8.5
Name:
Date:
Part I: No Calculator
1. Determine if the set of data represents a direct variation, an inverse variation, or neither.
4 4 1
( 2,2 ) , 5, ,
Algebra 2 Acc
9.2: Absolute Value as Piecewise-Defined Function
Rewrite each of the following absolute value functions as piecewise-defined functions,
eliminating the absolute value sign in eac
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Date _
AP U.S. HistoryPeriod _
Chapter 10: A Democratic Revolution 1800-1844 Part 2 Page 324-332
Preread:
o Skim and Scan rest of the chapter- Be sure to pay attention to section
headings, subh
Name: ID: A
' For each stu- described below, comment on the extent to which inferences can be drawn about a larger
Opulation nd whether cause and effect can be established.
(a_ * foo all coach thinks
January 27, 2017
7.2: Inverses of Relations and Functions
Objective: To graph and recognize inverses of relations and functions, and to find inverses of functions.
The inverse of a relation is its ref
A study is being conducted to compare the
effectiveness of two medications to reduce
cholesterol levels in adults. It is known that
the medications are more effective on men.
Design an experiment, inc
February 06, 2017
7.5: Exponential and Logarithmic Equations and Inequalities
Objective: To solve exponential and logarithmic equations and inequalities, and solve problems involving
exponential and l
May 01, 2017
14.1: Graphs of Sine and Cosine
Objective: Recognize and graph periodic and trigonometric functions.
Periodic Functions:
Periodic Functions are functions that repeat exactly in regular in
February 28, 2017
8.2: Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
Objective: To simplify rational expressions. To multiply and divide rational expressions.
A rational expression is a quotient of tw
AP Statistics
Notes
Chapter 1, HW 9/6
In statistics, what is the most common measurement of center?
- Arithmetic average/mean
Explain how to calculate the mean
- Add up all the numbers that are given
Name_
Date_
AP Statistics
Chapter 7 Practice Quiz
1. You create a gambling game called the red lady with a deck of cards. It involves
drawing 2 cards WITH replacement and shuffling between each draw.
Name_
Date_
AP Statistics
Chapter 6 Practice Quiz
1. Max was getting ready for the prom. He thought there was a 20% change that a
girl would say yes if he asked. He believed that if he asked one girl
May 10, 2017
Chapter 12: Sequences & Series
12.1: Introduction to Sequences
Objective: To find the nth term of a sequence and write rules for sequences.
A sequence is a set of ordered numbers.
A seque
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Period: _
Date: _
Algebra 2 - Chapter 11 Practice Test
1.
A box contains 3 green marbles, 3 yellow marbles, and 2 red marbles. All selections from
the box are totally random.
a. Suppose you se
Accelerated Algebra II
Review
Chapter 9 (+)
Name:
Date:
Part I: No Calculator
1. A bicyclist who is 18 miles from home heads directly home at a constant rate of 12 miles per hour.
a) Create a table in
February 14, 2017
7.8: Curve Fitting with Exponential and Logarithmic Models
Objective: To model data by using exponential and logarithmic functions and use these models
to analyze and predict.
Identi